Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge
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- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Big Pine Key
Oh, what a good time we're having!!!! We left Homestead and our first stop was Key Largo. There we caught the morning trip on the glass bottom boat that traveled out to Molasses Reef so we got to tour the world's third largest coral reef ( we've snorkeled the other two, Belize and Great Barrier, so, we've completed the "hat trick") Baracuda actually followed us on the reef, and we got to see all kinds of brightly coloured fish ...
... nature. We intended on making the most of the afternoon but Dan passed out on the sofa, I sat on the front deck for an hour or so admiring the scenery but then I passed out too!!!
The next morning we went to the Bahia Honda State Park, which was a couple of channels back up north from us. We got a free state park pass with the unit so that was a bonus. The place was voted America’s most scenic beach over 20 years ago. The beach ...
... till 3.30pm & would highly recommend it for a visit. It's quite a drive & if we could do it again we would've stayed longer & taken advantage of the tours they offer such as night party cruises, snorkelling, jet ski hire, fishing etc. Then we headed towards Miami & started ringing camp grounds. Was a fail as most of them closed at 5pm & we were at least a few hours away. Then looked into hostels ...
... The keys are a group of tropical islands, with Key West's southern most tip being only 90 miles from Cuba. They are connected by long bridges over sea, the longest being 7 miles long! I had heard Key West was the most touristy island so decided to stay on Big Pine Key. A local marine biologist hired out a room in her house, which was great as she gave lots of local information as well as lent out her bike. On exploring ...
Almost. Drove down from Palm Beach to the Florida Keys, a string of islands connected to the mainland by the "overseas highway" that comprises 40 bridges. The final island, key west, is closer to Cuba than the mainland. But i am not there yet. Have got a tent site on the Bahia Honda Key State Park, the only state park twice voted ...